The cult film screening, along with live opera and more, is part of the "Diva Festiva" event to raise funds for restorations to the historic theater.
Like swiping left through a subtitled version of Tinder for 90 minutes.
The formulaic film aspires to be both a raucous college comedy and a sweet story about a middle-aged woman learning to get her groove back. Neither thread is entirely satisfying, but what works does so because of Melissa McCarthy's immensely likable presence.
Michaël R. Roskam's film tries to blend a flashy crime-thriller with somber romantic drama as it tracks the relationship between an affluent race car driver and a career criminal with a heart of gold named. But it fails.
Eastman Museum's projectionists discuss the technical art of screening notoriously combustible nitrate films.
Charlize Theron plays Marlo, an overwhelmed 40-something wife and mother of two children, with a third on the way. Fearing for his sister's well-being, Marlo's brother hires night nanny Tully -- a
millennial Mary Poppins.
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